DOJ Poses Quotas on Immigration Judges

By Nick Baum

TUESDAY – 4/3/18

The Trump Administration has recently asked the Department of Justice to impose new quotas on judges blocking immigration enforcement and immigration related plans by the Trump Administration.

This is in an effort to speed up deportations and immigration enforcement, the administration revealed. The Executive Office for Immigration Review of the Department of Justice has announced that judges must rule 700 cases a year in order to make a ruling on anything immigration related on a federal level.

This decision has occurred also after the Supreme Court refused to throw away an earlier Maryland ruling on the infamous travel ban. Deportations have increased under President Trump, and are set to increase at an even higher rate once the decision is in effect.

Sources: Fox News, NBC News

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